Course Name: Master Diploma in Obesity Management
Course Id: MDOM/Q1001.
Education Qualification: Graduate.
Course and Exam Fee: 5000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Master Diploma in Obesity Management
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Obesity and its health effects||100||40|
|Pharmacotherapy and surgical management for obesity||100||40|
|Obesity Assessment and treatment||100||40|
|Exercise Prescription for Obesity||100||40|
|Adipose Tissue & Energy Balance||100||40|
Obesity and its health effects
Concept of Overweight and Obesity, Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity, Global Trend of Overweight and Obesity, Regional Trend of Overweight and Obesity, National Trend of Overweight and Obesity, Inactivity and Dietary Behaviours, Metabolic Factors, Genetic, Environmental and Medical Complications, Socio-Economic Factors, Health, Social and Economic Implication of Overweight and Obesity, Health Implication of Overweight and Obesity, Economic Implication of Overweight and Obesity, Implication of Overweight and Obesity in Children Learning.
Pharmacotherapy and surgical management for obesity
Relationship of Surgical Volume and Mortality, Management of Obesity, Calculating BMI and Disease Risk, Talking With Patients About Obesity and Weight Loss, Overview of Lifestyle Modification, Physical Activity, Behavior Therapy, Medication Approved for Short-Term Weight Management, Medications Approved for Chronic Weight Management, Surgical Treatment of obesity, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Adjustable Gastric Banding, Obesity management for the gastroenterologist, Complications of obesity.
Obesity Assessment and treatment
Identify the different definitions of obesity, Describe the basic regulators of appetite, Identify genetic, environmental and cultural factors in obesity, Explain why obesity is a disease, Identify adiposity-related diseases, Initiate appropriate discussion of obesity with patients, List the essential history and physical exam components to an obesity evaluation, Outline the essential diagnostic tests used in evaluation the patient with obesity, Interpret nutrient labels, Describe the characteristics of different types on nutrients, Describe the hormonal concept of energy balance.
Exercise Prescription for Obesity
Exercise prescription for weight management, Rationale for the use of exercise in weight management, the role of exercise in the aetiology of obesity, Benefits of a negative energy balance v. a negative fat balance, The science of exercise prescription for weight management, What is obesity, evolution, exercise prescription, goals, components of exercise prescription, references, Effects on cardio respiratory and musculoskeletal fitness, What about the metabolic profile, Discussion and recommendations, Challenges in Improving Physical Inactivity and Exercises Habits.
Adipose Tissue & Energy Balance
Evaluation of the EBM and CIM, Abandonment of the Adipocentric, Epidemiological studies, Human diet intervention studies, Human pharmacological intervention studies, Adipose Tissue Dysfunction as Determinant of Obesity-Associated Metabolic Complications, Impaired Adipogenesis and Insulin Resistance in Adipose Tissue Dysfunction, Ectopic Fat Accumulation and Insulin Resistance, Concluding Remarks, Transcriptional regulation of adipocyte differentiation, Principles of energy balance, Principles of glucose homeostasis, Glucose homeostasis requires the coordinated actions of various organs.
Classification of Body Weight in Children, Classification of Body Weight in Adults, Prevalence and Trends, Adult Obesity—US and Europe, Child Obesity—USA and Europe, Obesity Beyond North America and Europe, Risk Factors for Obesity, Environmental, Comorbidities and Sequelae (non-exhaustive), Genetics of Obesity, Individual Behaviors, Socioeconomic Risk Factors: Income and Education, Costs of Obesity: Co-Morbidities, Mortality, and Economic Burden, Overall Mortality, Diabetes, Heart and Vascular Diseases.